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  • James F. Barlow, D-Day veteran

    James F. Barlow, D-Day veteran
    James F. Barlow, a retired masonry contractor who drove a weapon carrier at Omaha Beach during the World War II Allied invasion, died Sept. 1 at St. Agnes Medical Center after suffering a fractured hip at his Academy Heights home. He was 87. Mr. Barlow...
  • Catonsville celebrates Ravens' Super Bowl victory

    Catonsville celebrates Ravens' Super Bowl victory
    GL Shacks exploded with cheers and "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes blasted from the speakers of the Frederick Road bar in Catonsville as the Baltimore Ravens clinched a Super Bowl win Sunday night.  "Unbelievable. It's ridiculous. Mind-blowing....
  • Catonsville and Arbutus restaurants team up to aid former Wilkens Station police officer

    Jim Andrews doesn't need to go far to see the local competition for the Ships Café restaurant he and his wife, Sharon, opened at 828 Frederick Road in February of 2002. Across the street is Catonsville Gourmet, with Regions and Chef Paolino's not too far...
  • Catonsville restaurant opened 10 years ago

    It was not quite business as usual for Jim and Sharon Andrews at the Catonsville couple's Ships Cafe on Feb. 22. The sign in front of the Catonsville couple's bar-restaurant at 828 Frederick Road advertised steak and ribs, the usual Wednesday special....
  • Plans to change liquor license rules split Balto. Co. businesses

    Plans to change liquor license rules split Balto. Co. businesses
    The menu at Vito's Cafe in Cockeysville boasts Italian standards like veal Parmesan and house specialties including stuffed quail — but if customers want to pair any of that with a glass of Chianti, they have to bring their own. Vito's doesn't have...
  • Maryland's crab outlook, like weather, iffy

    Maryland's crab outlook, like weather, iffy
    Independence Day means steamed crabs for many Marylanders, but the outlook for celebrating the nation's birthday with a heaping tableful of locally caught crustaceans is as iffy as the weather of late. Despite a bumper crop of crabs tallied in the...
  • Evanston residents: Felony Franks name rubs wrong way

    Evanston residents: Felony Franks name rubs wrong way
    Residents of Evanston’s 2nd Ward objected to the flavor of a potential new hot dog stand during a community meeting Thursday evening. No one objected to the mission of Felony Franks, which hires ex-offenders and says it will begin a new program...
  • Eagles presenting Florida Panthers training camp

     
    In what is thought to be the first marketing partnership of its kind, the Eagles rock band is presenting this year???s Florida Panthers training camp. With the announcement this week that the Eagles will be playing a concert at BankAtlantic......
  • 'Felony Franks' owner files suit over sign permit

    The owner of Felony Franks, a near West Side hot dog stand denied a sign permit for more than two years, filed a federal lawsuit last night accusing the city of denying his free-speech rights. The suit, filed by Jim Andrews, asks a judge to order the...
  • Coast Guard Crew Reunited with Loved Ones

    Coast Guard Crew Reunited with Loved Ones
    It was a much anticipated reunion for 80 crew members and their loved ones as the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Dauntless made its way into Galveston Tuesday morning. The crew had been at sea since early November. The Crew missed Thanksgiving and Christmas,...
  • U.S. Coast Guard Members Reunite with Loved Ones

    U.S. Coast Guard Members Reunite with Loved Ones
    It was a much anticipated reunion for eighty crew members and their loved ones as the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Dauntles made its way into Galveston. The crew had been off at sea and they last saw their families back in early November. The Crew missed...
  • Felony Franks plans to shut down

    Felony Franks plans to shut down
    Felony Franks, a Near West Side hot dog stand known for hiring ex-convicts and for its play-on-words crime menu, may be closing its doors. Owner Jim Andrews says sales have dropped sharply in the last 18 months since new owners took over a nearby...